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Money talks: Unhappy EUnion

Money talks: Unhappy EUnion

Update: 2019-11-054
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Opposition to the European Central Bank’s plans for quantitative easing has been split along North-South lines in the euro zone. But are these concerns justified? And, journalist and author Matthew Syed explains why thinking is more creative in organisations where the staff are diverse. Also, our Wall Street correspondent, Alice Fulwood, plays a round of poker with player and entrepreneur Bryn Kenney, who tops the world’s All-Time Money List. Simon Long hosts


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Oche Chula

very interesting part related to innovation, brainstorming and importance of having people having different background and ideas

Nov 8th
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Money talks: Unhappy EUnion

Money talks: Unhappy EUnion